Send Me No Wine
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|"Send Me No Wine"|
|Song by The Moody Blues|
|from the album On the Threshold of a Dream|
|Released||25 April 1969|
|On the Threshold of a Dream track listing|
"Send Me No Wine" is a 1969 song by the progressive rock band The Moody Blues. Written by the band's bassist John Lodge, "Send Me No Wine" was first released on the 1969 album On the Threshold of a Dream.
"Send Me No Wine" is one of the more upbeat tracks from the album, which was John Lodge's signature type of song.
- John Lodge: bass guitar, vocals
- Justin Hayward: 6 & 12-string acoustic guitars, electric slide guitar, vocals
- Mike Pinder: mellotron, vocals
- Ray Thomas: tambourine, vocals
- Graeme Edge: drums
Bluegrass Cover Version
Lodge performed the lead vocal on a bluegrass cover version of the song on the 2011 Moody Blues tribute album Moody Bluegrass TWO...Much Love, accompanied by award-winning fiddler Stuart Duncan among others.
- Moody Bluegrass TWO...Much Love website , twomuchlove.com. Retrieved on 4 September 2015